The latest on Vector Signal Generators and Radar Simulation!

As radar simulation matures, the demanding need for high-performing system equipment increases. Join us on Tuesday, February 14th, 2023, as the Berkeley Nucleonics RF Team discusses vector signal generators and how they are called upon as the next line of RF Technology solutions in Radar Signal Simulation.

John Reynolds, Edgar Guzman, and Cameron Simmons collectively team up to provide you with key discussions and demonstrations about the sought-after agenda topics listed below.

Unfortunately, if you are unable to attend the event on the designated day, there's no need to worry. You can still register to receive the recording of the event at a later time. Additionally, all attendees who register and participate live will have the opportunity to enter our raffle drawing.

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More on the equipment:

BNC is excited to showcase the Model 875 Vector Signal Generator, joining a line of advanced and innovative RF signal sources working as solutions to a variety of applications. The unit features a frequency range of up to 40 GHz. R&D Engineers use the Model 875 as a tool for demanding complex signals for radar, antenna testing, and EW.

Learn more here: https://www.berkeleynucleonics.com/model-875
  • Introduction to Vector Signal Generators
  • Applications of Vector Signal Generators
  • How VSGs Work
  • Types of VSGs
  • Advantages of Using VSGs in Radar Simulation
  • Challenges in Radar Simulation
  • How to Choose the Right VSG for Your Radar Simulation
  • VSG - Model 875 Usage in Radar Simulation
  • Conclusion - Questions & Answers
  • Model 875 - VSG Demonstration
Edgar Guzman
Applications Engineer
John Reynolds
Vice President Operations
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